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20 Jul 2009, 17:04
hey guys - i just found this site through twitter and it has been helpful in my GMAT quest.

I took the GMAT in June and got a score of 660 (45 quant/35 verbal, 6.0 AWA) - respectable, but i think I have a lot of room for improvement. I was consistently scoring 40 to 50 points higher on both my Manhattan tests and the GMAT Prep tests. I have one month before I am due to take the exam again and was interested to see what advice some of you out there might have for me. I have access to all Manhattan materials so I guess my question mostly revolves around how I can most efficiently use the study time I have left. I work full-time in a IB position so study time can be hard to find. I am willing to give it whatever it takes!

Thanks in advance for your responses.
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hey guys - i just found this site through twitter and it has been helpful in my GMAT quest.

I took the GMAT in June and got a score of 660 (45 quant/35 verbal, 6.0 AWA) - respectable, but i think I have a lot of room for improvement. I was consistently scoring 40 to 50 points higher on both my Manhattan tests and the GMAT Prep tests. I have one month before I am due to take the exam again and was interested to see what advice some of you out there might have for me. I have access to all Manhattan materials so I guess my question mostly revolves around how I can most efficiently use the study time I have left. I work full-time in a IB position so study time can be hard to find. I am willing to give it whatever it takes!

Thanks in advance for your responses.

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Yep - second that. Feedback welcome - please post in the linked thread.
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